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Old 09-01-2010, 02:40 AM   #1
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If any brewers want to experiment with wild hops I can show you where there are three plants growing seperately near the Battle Creek, MI area. I don't have time to brew with them this year so I won't mind at all showing you where they are. They are all three ready to harvest. I brewed with one of them last year with acceptable results. The other two I have not. I still have eight+ oz. of one plant vac. sealed in the freezer that I don't see myself using with my homegrown harvest coming in so some bottles of homebrew would probably yield you those too.

Two of the plants will need to be harvested this week as they are already showing a fair amount of browning. The third could probably wait until next. The only thing I ask in return is a couple of bottles of the finished product because, well, I LOVE HOMEBREW!!

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Old 09-01-2010, 04:27 AM   #2
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Wish I was closer to Battle Creek, I'd brew a batch just for the heck of it
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